No Place To Go

West Dallas has been on the financial edge for more than a century. Today, the neighborhood is rapidly gentrifying. High-end restaurants and apartments are crowding out rundown warehouses and weathered rent houses. Hundreds of families who've lived there for generations have been forced to move — many with no place to go.

The latest: Landlord offers to sell rental homes to longtime residents; judge extends move-out deadline.
A KERA News Digital Project by
Courtney Collins, Jessica Diaz-Hurtado,
Molly Evans, Justin Bowers and Christy Robinson
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